- a way out, especially of a public building, room, or passenger vehicle；a ramp where traffic can leave a highway, major road, or traffic circle
- go out of or leave a place；(of an actor) leave the stage.
noun: exit, plural noun: exits
- 1. a way out, especially of a public building, room, or passenger vehicle she slipped out by the rear exit an emergency exit 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ a ramp where traffic can leave a highway, major road, or traffic circle he pulled off at an exit and stopped his Mercedes-Benz 同義詞
- 2. an act of going out of or leaving a place he made a hasty exit from the room 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ a departure of an actor from the stage the brief soliloquy following Clarence's exit
- ▪ a departure from a particular situation Australia's early exit from the World Cup 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. go out of or leave a place the bullet entered her back and exited through her chest they exited from the aircraft
- ▪ (of an actor) leave the stage.
- ▪ used as a stage direction in a printed play to indicate that a character leaves the stage exit Pamela
- ▪ leave a particular situation organizations that do not have freedom to exit from unprofitable markets
- ▪ terminate a process or program, usually returning to an earlier or more general level of interaction this key enables you to temporarily exit from a LIFESPAN option
- ▪ relinquish the lead declarer must cash his top spades and exit with ♦2